Incorporating sound effects


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Incorporating sound effects

Throughout this documentary, you edited farmers market B-roll clips with their natural sound. But some of the clips in the farmers market contain music playing in the background that you might not have permission to use. So what do you do when you want to use clips with a natural sound but not the original sound, and especially not with music? You find other sound options and marry them to the clip. In this particular project there's just one clip. This is a clip of the crowd. Let's take a listen. (music playing) So, you hear some music.

And let's say that we don't have permission to use that music but that we might want to use this particular clip. Well, what we want to do is we want to edit sound from other clips, the length of this clip. So if we want to edit to the links, we need to mark the clip. Now notice, that selecting the clip and having a yellow outline is not the same as marking it because there are no handles. If I press X, that marks an in and out around the selected clip...

Incorporating sound effects
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Incorporating sound effects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Documentary Editing with Final Cut Pro X

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